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This park has wisteria trees and "tunnels" of unearthly beauty when the flowers are in full bloom (pictures in this article!). Illuminations and other flowers are also a thing to see all year-round!
Hinamatsuri: A Festival Celebrating Girls With Some Of The Most Beautifully Crafted Heian Period Dolls
Hinamatsuri is a festival in Japan for girls during which dolls are displayed. There is also some special foods and even a song! People celebrate it at home, but you can also see some amazing doll displays in public places! To find out more about this festival, please read this article.
The Japanese have unique traditions when it comes to events highlighting the change in season. For the end of winter, there is Setsubun which involves eating beans, throwing them at ogres and celebrating by throwing festivals! Read on to learn more about this tradition and how to take part in the celebrations.
This is the Ultimate Food and Adventure Travel Guide for Minakami, Gunma Prefecture, Japan. If you're looking for something f to do in Japan that's outside of the usual travel itineraries, this is it! Read on to discover what Minakami has to offer!
In Japan, shirasu (whitebait, Young Sardine) is used in many food during the spring season.In Kanagawa prefecture, there is a ban to collect shirasu between January to March. This year, the collection of shirasu started on 3/11, and this is also when restaurants start serving shirasu bowls in the Kamakura area. Enjoy the fresh taste of shirasu bowls this spring season in the Kamakura area!
In Japan, we put a lot of emphasis on season, and this affects what we eat. This article will introduce some of the main seafoods that Japanese people especially eat during spring season.
There are Japanese desserts in Japan that you can only eat during the spring. These traditional "wagashi" (Japanese desserts) use freshly picked strawberries and cherry blossoms to make the dessert to enjoy the flavor of spring. This article will introduce some of those spring Japanese "wagashi"!